No one owns the movie beyond copies.....that's the only form of "property" in play. Beyond that, it's just the expression of an idea that someone holds (not "owns") the copyright on. That isn't property.
It definitely proves he has no valid concept of the Constitution. The rights enshrined in the Constitution are said to be recognized as inalienable...it's the American view that all people all over the world have those rights, not just Americans or people on American soil.
You don't see European blogs writing "The US, where the silly imperial system is still standard." in every article, do you?
Yes. Yes you do. Brits in particular take pot-shots at the US over every little thing.
Furthermore, simply stating that freedom of the press is more codified in law in the US than the UK isn't just empty jingoism or xenophobic bashing, it's basically established as fact, and relevant to the article at hand.